Oct 12, 2010

Empires available in stores and online Today

The debut from WHERE THE OCEAN MEETS THE SKY is finally here! Pick up your copy of Empires, available in stores and online today!!!

Order your copy from the CI Records webstore, iTunes, or pick up a copy at your local record store. If they don't have it - ask them to order it!!!

And if that's not enough new music for you, pick up a copy of WITH LIFE IN MIND's Grievances which came out last month!

Here's what people have been saying about Empires:

"[WTOMTS is] like a modern LYNYRD SKYNYRD or IRON MAIDEN in that they use three guitarists in their neo-metalcore mix of clean versus screamed vocals and enough breakdowns to warrant being committed to a mental hospital... If you like AS I LAY DYING or CHIODOS, you'll dig WHERE THE OCEAN MEETS THE SKY.” -NOISECREEP

"[A] musical masterpiece... Epic. That’s really the only word [to describe Empires]" -MIND EQUALS BLOWN

"WTOMTS is extremely talented, they effectively blend in some heavy guitar, aggressive drumming, and use some electro/synth effects to put a different spin on their music... This is a solid album” -INDIE VISION MUSIC

"A very solid release... Meet the next AUGUST BURNS RED” -LEXINGTON MUSIC PRESS

"Absolutely stunning... The band takes on an almost celestial sound before their in-your-face growling leaves you wanting more and more” -SHADY LITTLE ROAD

"Without a doubt WHERE THE OCEAN MEETS THE SKY has brought the noise straight from the get-go... Empires is an impressive debut” -HOPECORE

"WHERE THE OCEAN MEETS THE SKY has presented a thought provoking new album to the world... A compelling new band” -HIGHWIRE DAZE

"Easily decipherable but throat-rippingly brutal, [Blake Martin's] is a voice that shouldn’t go unheard in the Hardcore scene” -LUSHBEAT

"Sure to become a fan favorite... WHERE THE OCEAN MEETS THE SKY is set to rock the world" -THE BREAKDOWN

"Catchy guitar riffs and melodies ... These guys have the technical ability to write interesting music and put it all together in a way that is pleasing to listen to” -THE NEW REVIEW

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